Your headshot should match your brand.
Professional Headshots will help you set yourself apart from your competition.
Have you scrolled through Linkedin and thought…
- This person definitely cropped themselves out of their wedding photo.
- He looked liked he had a nice time at that summer bbq.
Put your best self forward with a professional headshot because you never know who might be pursuing your Linkedin profile.
Professional headshots are not only for social media, but your own website, awards, magazine write-ups, actors, models and even dating websites.
Headshots start at $199.
Where do you do photograph headshots?
Headshots take place in my loft-style photography studio located at 485 New Park Ave. West Hartford, CT 06110. I schedule sessions on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and select Saturdays.
Will you come to my office to do the headshots?
Yes, I will travel to you. Please inquire for a quote.
Will my photograph be retouched?
Yes, all photographs are retouched with skin softening and minor blemish removal.
What should I wear?
Dress for your brand. Dark gray suits photograph the best. Ladies, v-necks and scoop neck shirts and blouses are best as they help elongate the neck. Please avoid large busy patters and bright colors as they can be distracting.
Do you offer makeup?
Yes, makeup is an additional $100.
What do your headshot sessions cost?
Headshot sessions start at $199.
Oh my. Amber is a treat. I’ve had a few photographers before and she made me feel so comfortable and gave me great guidance and feedback during. I never felt awkward and that’s huge. I’m looking forward to my next reason to work with Amber.
Amber was so friendly and professional and made everything so easy!
From helpful emails prior to our session, to making me comfortable during our photo shoot this was a great experience with a wonderful photographer.
My photos turned our great and I would absolutely recommend Amber Jones Photography!
So thrilled with my new headshot! Amber has a talent of bringing out and capturing the best version of yourself in a photo – so important when considering a new headshot. Thanks, Amber!